Where to Wear It? Your Guide to Rocking Route One Apparel
It's the best kind of problem to have: you've got so much great Route One swag, but you need a place to show it off! Here's your guide to picking the right accessory or outfit for the occasion--and if you know someone who's all about the destination, why not be a great friend and buy them the item to wear there?
To the Ravens game: Baltimore Icon Hoodie
The weather's getting chilly, and if you're headed to M&T Bank Stadium, you'd better bundle up! Sure, everyone there will have their plain purple hoodies and jackets, but you're a more stylish fan than that. Rock the purple and raven icon while also reminding everyone that you love everything Baltimore has to offer, not just the football.
To the Baltimore Museum of Art: Warhol Crab Shirt
The BMA is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and you should celebrate too! The museum has a number of Warhols on display, and you can get in on the action with R1A's Warhol crab shirt. You know you're a work of art, so why not let everyone else know too?
To the gym: Maryland Flag Tank
Whether you're pumping iron on campus or jogging down one of Maryland's many, many trails, you need a tank top that can keep up with you. And this one features the vibrant, proud colors of the Maryland flag! Not only will you look great, but you'll be spotted from a mile off.
To the hipster coffee shop: Ravens & Bohs & Crabs & O's
Whether you prefer Zeke's, Artifact or just the Starbucks down the block, you need something unique to wear and make all the other hipsters jealous. Find it at Route One, like this Helvetica-tastic tee. Clearly, you knew about Maryland before it got all cool and mainstream.
To the live show: Rave On, Baltimore
The weather might be getting colder, but that just means the live music that makes Maryland rock is moving on indoors, to cafes, pubs and clubs. What better way to let everyone know how much spirit you have than to wear it on your sleeve...er, shirt?
This post was written by Route One Apparel blogger, Eva Niessner.